Poland Confidence Index 2021
21 abr. 2021
The Poland Logistics and Supply Chain Confidence Index 2021 is the fourth edition of a market survey undertaken to assess confidence and expectations in the Polish logistics and supply chain sector. CBRE and Panattoni Europe, with strong support from the specialist sector research agency Analytiqa, have summarised the main performance indicators for businesses operating within the logistics and supply chain sector. The report corresponds with similar analysis carried out in other European countries.
50 decision makers representing both logistics companies, manufacturers and retailers have shared their opinions and insights to facilitate the industry research study. Respondents included CEOs, managing directors and senior management. Interviewees were asked about current business conditions in Poland, taking into account the Coronavirus pandemic, and forecasts for the future. In addition to the quantitative analysis, we are delighted to yet again present the comments of a selection of our research respondents, who have agreed to share their more detailed views on key topics.
Similar to last year, the survey reflects an uncertain outlook for the logistics and supply chain market, a view strengthened by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Poland Logistics and Supply Chain Confidence Index 2021 has been set at 46.4, which is a lower number than previous years (49.0 in the last edition). A number over 50.0 indicates an improvement, while below 50.0 suggests a decline. The further away from 50.0 the index is, the stronger the change over the period.
We hope you enjoy our fourth edition of the Poland Logistics and Supply Chain Confidence Index and find the information provided useful.
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